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Old 19-04-17, 04:20 PM   #11
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I note you sometimes talk about an "order number". The dealer gave me a 5 digit number but I can't get anywhere with it. Are your order numbers just 5 digits or have I been misinformed?

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Old 19-04-17, 04:28 PM   #12
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Hi Guys,

I note you sometimes talk about an "order number". The dealer gave me a 5 digit number but I can't get anywhere with it. Are your order numbers just 5 digits or have I been misinformed?

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Mine is a 6 digit number Grumpy. This is the order number from Peugeot and not from my lease company or anyone else.
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Thanks Pauljos1/Summerjunk.

I've ordered a new Traveller from a dealer and the order number on the paperwork is 5 digits. Would this be the correct number do you think, or do I need to go somewhere else for it?

Sorry to sound so thick, this is the first new motor I've bought in 30 years so I'm a bit new at this! The dealer is as much use as a chocky ashtray

Sorry to hijack the thread..

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Old 19-04-17, 11:31 PM   #14
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Thanks Pauljos1/Summerjunk.

I've ordered a new Traveller from a dealer and the order number on the paperwork is 5 digits. Would this be the correct number do you think, or do I need to go somewhere else for it?

Sorry to sound so thick, this is the first new motor I've bought in 30 years so I'm a bit new at this! The dealer is as much use as a chocky ashtray

Sorry to hijack the thread..

Grumpy
Mines a 6 digit number too Grumpy so I wonder if you should put a 0 at the beginning of your number to make it into 6 figures. Worth a try!
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Old 21-04-17, 09:49 AM   #15
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Thanks Bassetlady.

I'm surprised you are still on here and haven't thrown yourself off a cliff what with what happened to your new car.

If it happened to me, I'd be so angry..

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Thanks Bassetlady.

I'm surprised you are still on here and haven't thrown yourself off a cliff what with what happened to your new car.

If it happened to me, I'd be so angry..

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Thank you for your sympathy Grumpy. I appreciate it! I've been reading all the posts off people who have been so chuffed at picking up their new cars (either just before I should have had mine and also just after) and because I'm naturally feeling really low and fed up at the moment I've seriously thought about coming off the forum until after I have my car. Unfortunately for me I keep having a sneaky view at the forum and I can't resist making the odd comment.

I haven't at any time considered throwing myself off a cliff however I would have no remorse whatsoever about throwing off either the low-life who did the damage or preferably, the valeters who didn't move my car into the workshop because "it was nearly time to go home" and then didn't have the decency to tell the salesman that they'd left it in the compound. I am extremely angry and upset but there doesn't seem to be much I can do about it at the moment apart from sit and wait.

I contacted the dealer's yesterday for an update and they've assured me that a) they keep checking the computers in case another one has appeared at another dealers elsewhere and b) that they are constantly pushing the body shop to get my car repaired. The latest time scale is 4-5 days.
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